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PHUKET: The Asia Superyacht Rendezvous kicks off today in the island’s south with a stunning array of sail and motor superyachts.

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S/Y Yanneke Too

Sun, sailing and socializing will reign as sponsors Feadship and Boat International Media join the Rendezvous in welcoming owners, captains, crew and invited guests from around the globe to the host venue, Kata Rocks in Phuket’s spectacular Kata Bay.


Asia Superyacht Rendezvous 2012. Video: Phuket Today

It will be full steam ahead from the opening “Boat Hop” with cocktails, where guests can get to know the different boats on an individual basis.

And what a line-up it is – ten jaw-dropping superyachts will be anchored in Kata Bay including motor yachts M/Y Maid Marian 2, M/Y Moonsand, M/Y Maverick and the 50m M/Y Sapphire.

These stunning motor yachts are really a sight to behold; beautiful engineering mixed with elegant interiors make these vast yachts truly exquisite.

Six breathtaking sailing yachts join them: the magnificent S/Y Argo and the beautiful S/Y Capricorn will join for the first time, as well as the dazzling S/Y Intrigue along with the stunning S/Y Schooner Sunshine – and the hosts are honored to have the luxurious S/Y Yanneke Too, as well as the very powerful S/Y Shamoun, returning to the prestigious event.

Activities over the three days include two days of friendly but competitive sailing races, the “Feadship Challenge” model boat-building and cocktail party, pirate treasure hunt and ending gala dinner.

All participating yachts have also been offered a week’s free berthing at Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi. Just another one of the many reasons many stunning Superyachts continually choose to participate at the Asia Superyacht Rendezvous.

For more information, please contact pr-comm@asia-superyacht-rendezvous.com. Full details of the event can be found on the official event website: asia-superyacht-rendezvous.com.

The Asia Superyacht Rendezvous is a prestigious invitation-only event for superyacht owners, captains and their VIP guests. This year’s event takes place December 16-18 at Kata Rocks.

The annual Rendezvous is proudly sponsored by the Phuket Gazette, PGTV, and the nationally televised ‘Phuket Today’ show, broadcast daily on True Visions (channels 85 and 59).

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